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giants baseball forecast. . >>> police in englewood in los angeles county are searching for a gunman who opened fire on a family inside their home early this morning. authorities say a father shielding his four-year-old son was fatally shot. the boys also died a short time later. two other children and their mother were taken to the hospital for gunshot winds. police say the gunmen shot -- set the home on fire. there is no word on a motive. >>> a bus driver was killed and dozens of passengers hurt after a crash in arizona. the bus crashed near kingman, arizona not far from the hoover dam. authorities say the driver had a seizure or a heart attack which caused him to lose control of the bus. forty-eight passengers were injured and sick for phone to loss at -- las vegas with serious injuries. most were tourists. >> homicide investigators in vallejo a1 was killed and another wounded in a drive-by shooting. it happened on our construct -- arkansas street. police say they found two men with gunshot winds. authorities say 20-year-old mauricio dominguez died from his injuries. the other man i
this stretch of the route from los angeles international airport to the california science center. now, what we can show you is, okay, we have the wing that's really close to that tree. if we look over on the other side of the street, you can now see the platform starting to move. but you can see it's almost out of room on the other side of the street. so it's a very, very delicate maneuver. this platform that it's on, each of the wheels can move individually. it can go side to side and backwards and forwards so they're trying to reposition it right now to get around that tree and try to save it. we have asked a couple of the workers here who are managing this whole process whether they're going to cut the tree down or not. they say they don't know. they have tried throughout the process to save as many trees as possible. 400 have been cut down along the route. they'll be replaced 2 for 1, but some of the residents of the communities have been upset because they don't want to lose any trees. we're still watching the process and we're going to see whether it gets by the tree. you can watch as th
as the shuttle makes its way through los angeles. [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing. new jobs are here, and by 2025, we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degree programs can give you what you need to succeed in today's careers and the ones on the horizon. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow at our 4 bay area locations, online or both. learn more at and let nothing stand in your way. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. time now 6:24. fleet week enthusiasts can get an up close look. this morning the uss hornet is opening up an exhibit at the museum on pier three. it's part of an effort to expand san francisco fleet week. the exhibit will be on display throughout the weekend. >>> the space shuttle moves toes final home later this month and many people in southern california plan to line the 15-mile route. even if the city is discouraging that idea. endeavor drew clouds when it landed at the airport last month. it s
's a reason money was once no object. richard ryan, supervisory special agent with the los angeles fbi, says eberhart ran a sham internet-video company that allegedly bilked investors out of millions, then fled the country. >> mr. eberhart's been a fugitive from justice. the investigation shows that he did wire money to hong kong and then, subsequently, singapore, and this could be the way that mr. eberhart has been facilitating his lifestyle as a fugitive. >> narrator: now on the run for more than a decade, eberhart seems to be thumbing his nose at authorities. he's selling the yacht under his real name. is he desperate for cash, or has he just grown bold after years as a fugitive? >> after several years, some folks tend to let their guard down. however, i'm sure mr. eberhart is constantly looking over his shoulder. >> narrator: in the late 1990s in northern california, a revolution is underway. >> internet excitement has created a wall street stampede. fortunes are being made every day. >> internet stocks today -- very hot. transformational industries can have some pretty big rides. this m
on airplanes. i was reading on a flight from los angeles and the man beside me gave me the strangest look. reading the "wall street journal" but he kept peeking at my book. [laughter] and would say this book could save your soul. [laughter] instead pineapple got horrible quanex three years. i am not opposed to phonics. i encourage teachers today to use it selectively in instances where they need it. but these books are created with crazy people in this country there is a woman in arizona there are strange people there. i will be there in three days. there is a woman in arizona but to speak about the homeless he comes up to me at the head as if there was a secret and says phonics. [laughter] i call her the fanatic fanatic of the next. [laughter] no pictures or drawings lower no plot. how does that grab you as a first grader? one sentence went on 18 pages. you can guess i don't know that was to teach the consonant or the foul progress add sam sat on the stand. then the teacher would ask the kids to predict what happens next. [laughter] pineapple learned next to nothing. the fall of her fift
a plane in los angeles wearing a bullet-proof vest, fire-resistant pants. his luggage packed with a smoke grenade, a gas mask and an arsenal of weapons fit for a horror movie. he's refusing to talk this morning. >>> the heartbroken parents of the 10-year-old who vanished on her way to school, speak out for the first time, as fbi agents swoop in on jessica ridgeway's home. dogs scouring the backyard for new clues to her disappearance. >>> developing now. a prostitution scandal rocking the famous new england town of kennebunk. a 29-year-old zumba finance instructor is charged, and found with a trove of video tapes. everyone there is bracing as police prepare to release her client list. >>> 50 cents, please. >> good grief. >> he's a good man, that charlie brown. so popular, he's headed back to the big screen with snoopy, lucy, linus and all his pals. why everyone's on their feet for "peanuts" right now. ♪ >>> and good morning, everyone. it may be raining outside. but that music puts you in such a great mood, doesn't it? >> it does. >> it brings you back. >> it sure does. great to have you
in the pacific northwest. morning rain, thunderstorms in los angeles, vegas, and albuquerque. severe storms, chance of tornados around wichita, oklahoma city. >>> summerlike in the south. 80s from dallas to atlanta. midwest and northeast are cold and windy. they'll be in the 50s. mostly 70s in the rockies. >>> well, some might say he has the face only a mother could love. the only problem with that, he's an orphan. >> but this baby walrus would not be alone. the 15-year-old named minnick. did i say that right? he was rescued off the coast of alaska, nursed back to health. now the new york aquarium in brooklyn taking him in. baby mitchic will get used to surroundings and then become part of the aquarium walrus exhibit next spring. very nice mustache. >> have to go see that. almost as good as yours, you don't have one. >> you let me know how the trip is. >>> coming up, surprising news in "the skinny." whitney houston's daughter bobbi kristina makes an announcement that will raise eyebrows. >>> big progress on the economic front. looks like the housing market is starting to boun
. how about that 90 in los angeles. some freezing fog in the northern sierra with temperatures in the upper 20s. 61, but mainly 70s and 80s today. 66 half moon bay. nice and mild there with 76 in palo alto. san jose, low 80s inland east bay. 69 in monterey. we have quite an about-face with our weather. detroit low to mid 40s for the game this evening. nice day tomorrow. sea breeze cooling us off on monday. more cooling on tuesday and rain moving in by midday. then maybe an inch of rain in the north bay. quarter to half an inch and linger into first day of november on thursday. so if you like the rain that is coming, or above normal temperatures we got that, too. >> word of advice based on personal experience, clean the rain gutters out. >> lisa: did you do that. >> terry: i did it. >> in sports this nephew afternoon san jose is at home texas state. cal is playing utah this evening but the big story giants are going to take a stranglehold. here is larry beil with preview of tonight's game. >> good morning, the giants flew out of san francisco and bound for game three of the worl
carmel and los angeles. >>> happening now, pg & e is working to restore power to less than 100 customers still without power in castro valley after a driver hit a power pole overnight. more than 4900 customers were without power at the height of that outage. the c.h.p. says the driver lost control on north canyon road around 3:15 morning and hit that poll. the drive went down an embankment and hit a tree. no one was seriously hurt. >>> also happening, the san mateo bridge is closed, forcing drivers to find another way around town. they're installing a new seismic joint and replacing 60 feet of the bridge deck. the work comes after a cracked beam was fond during a routine inspection of the bridge in 2010. >> we've removed all six westbound and placed three of the new sections already and are in the process of placing the fourth. >> cal trans says when the bridge reopens tomorrow morning, drivers will see new barriers, crash cushions, as well as some landscaping. the bridge is scheduled to be reopened by 5 a.m. tomorrow. now during the closure, drivers can head north to the bay bridge. i w
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facilities in los angeles, talair ri and -- 3 people in six states came down with fungal meningitis and five died. >> i haven't be safely giving end epidural steroid injections for 22 years. >> the symptoms include a slurred speech, trouble walking, fever, nausea and severe headache. >>> american is blamed for a shooting at a hotel. police say an american man grabbed a hotel security guard's gun and began firing in to a crowded dining room. he killed a kitchen worker before police shot him dead. police say the gunman had been working at the hotel as part of a work study program that brings jews to israel. he identified only as a 23 year old man from new york, the shooting happened in the red sea resort city, packed with people now on holiday. >>> intense search in the lake tahoe area for an inmate who escaped hours before he was due in prison. he was granted a 3-hour release to take care of personal business before he was transferred from jail to prison. he asked to be driven to a hospital in south lake tahoe and he took off. he was due in prison on charges of spousal battery. >>> story y
. others have no gas to sell at all. nbc's kristen dahlgren from los angeles with us. good evening >> reporter: good evening, since we talked yesterday, things have gone up, take a look. 5.89 as prices in california close in on all-time record highs. just when people in california thought things couldn't get worse. >> five bucks? oh, my god. >> reporter: even bigger sticker shock. >> i had no idea it had gone up this much, you know, just overnight. >> reporter: prices up another 20 cents a gallon since midnight. >> how can it go from what was it? 4.70 a week ago? in california, the price is up 36 cents, to 4.49, 67 cents from last year when gas was 3.82. and some stations are topping five dollars, that is if they have gas. many costco stations shut down this week after running out. and independent stations say they can barely break even. wholesale prices are so high. >> every day, the price is going up, crazy. we have no control in it. >> reporter: they tried to explain that to customers. >> chevron's facility is down, from a fire in august exxon mobile, tough to find gasoline beca
had the rain yesterday in los angeles and areas in vegas and even san diego. now that storm system is beginning to push into arizona. numerous areas of rain, even thunderstorms in arizona overnight. phoenix is looking okay. over toward flagstaff, numerous areas of rain. if you're doing that beautiful drive, you will hit some wet weather. a few thunderstorms popping up on the border of nevada and arizona. that's the storm system we've been tracking all week lodge. it's going to be a big storm in the middle of the country. we're watching for the first time a front approaching the northwest. this is a weak one compared to the two or three you'll see over the next couple days. this is the first measurable rain in many areas. you can see the green in the radar is all rain. we're not watching snow levels that will be trouble with this storm system. over the next couple days, snow levels will come down a little bit, especially as we come into monday. this is the one we're dealing with now. the next batch of moisture on saturday and another on sunday. it's one after another here as we begi
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. with all three presidential debates behind us, the next two weeks will be a sprint to the finish line in what is virtually a dead heat. election night could be a long night with a couple of key swing states out west possibly holding the key to the race. tonight, we will look at the impact of the west with adam nagourney, l.a. bureau chief for the new york times. his thoughts on a controversial anti-union proposition in california and we would discuss the passing of a liberal lion over the weekend, george mcgovern. a conversation with adam nagourney of the new york times coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you.
edition. he has written noert "new york times", the los angeles times and several magazines. his work has won the spirit of the west award as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out in this landscape. when you walk down into the bottom of the narrow canyons made of sandstone and you put your hands on the sand stone faces and the smooth shallow scallops that look like champagne glasses, you can feel the shape of the last flood that came through. every place in the desert is a story. every place is a passage way. it's really hard to walk very far in the desert for me because there are so many stories that start opening up and lead you from place to place and place and soon you start picking
. >> you voted against it. >> reporter: carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. >> brennan: ahead, he's a man in the middle of the campaign debate over how to slow the pace of foreclosures. show america's housing crisis is easing. the number of foreclosures nationwide are down 16% from september of last year. but in florida, one of the hardest hit states, foreclosures are still on the rise, up 24%. manuel bojorquez in ft. lauderdale has one man's story. >> reporter: 72-year-olds can june has spent two years trying to hold on to his home in foart lauderdale. you're angry. >> angry! beyond that. >> reporter: juneau went into foreclosure after his dry cleaning business failed. the air force veteran's only income is social security, not nearly enough to pay his $2800 a month mortgage. >> i'm trying to call everybody i can, send them letters, trying to get them to help me instead of throwing me into the street. >> reporter: and? >> absolutely no responses. >> reporter: 18 of the 50 cities with the highest foreclosure rates are in battleground states, florida, ohio, wisconsin, colorado, and nevada.
there with a fellow and king lear. marvelous book. i read children's books on airplanes. on a flight to los angeles from boston. and gave me the strangest looks. he was reading the wall street journal. i noticed he kept peeking at my book to trade with him and this book could save your soul. in stead pineapple got these horrible tictac phonics readers. i am not opposed to phonics. i used to teach -- i encourage teachers to use phonics selectively for specific children in instances where they need it -- these book -- these are the books, the kind of folks created -- sort of crazy people in this country about phonics. there is a woman in arizona -- a lot of strange people in arizona. i am going to be there in three days so i hope they don't see the tape of this but there is a woman in arizona, every time i speak even when i went out to phoenix and spoke about the homeless families comes up to me at the end as though there was a secret between us and whispers to me phonics. i call her the fanatic fanatics from phoenix. pineapple was given this book, the first book in the series. no pictures. no lovely
of weapons with him. in a flight into los angeles in his checked luggage. here it is among the weapons, a smoke grenade with the potential to fill a airplane, a biohazard suit, knives, hatchet, three will billy club, collapsible baton, handcuffs and body bags. one u.s. official said it did not appear the passenger had any ties to any type of terrorist group. but a security team found all that stuff after he arrived at the airport lax on friday. he was wearing a bullet proof vest and flame resistant pants at the time. jonathan hunt heard strange stories in his time. los angeles was not his first stop, huh? >> no. it wasn't his first stop in the u.s. and that's the good news that the first time u.s. officials had a chance to nab him, they did. but he began his journey at an airport in osaka, japan, flew from there to korea. from there to l.a.x., and he was planning to fly on to his home in boston. he is a u.s. citizen. that is where his permanent residence is. u.s. officials say that they have questioned him at length. he's not being particularly cooperative, but they do not believe he's
. this is "viewpoint" coming to you tonight from our current tv studio in los angeles. it was billed as a major address on economic policy. mitt romney would tell a crowd of iowa supporters and the world how he would lead the country forward into a new era of prosperity and growth. romney spoke today and yes romney did dust off the same five-point economic plan he has been touting for months. the only thing remotely fresh that romney offered was more cries for change wrapped in a series of unrelenting attacks on president obama who apparently bears sole responsibility for everything that has gone wrong in washington the fast four years. >> this is a year of a choice. americans want to see changes. four years ago people voted for a partisan president and washington is in gridlock because of it president obama reminds us that he inherited a terrible economy. it's not what he inherited but with the misguided policies that slowed the recovery and caused millions of americans to endure lengthy poverty. >> eliot: with change in the latest theme for the drive to the white house smith fired back saying, the on
forcing a great many hospitals to close their doors. live in los angeles with more on this. first off, what is going at the hospitals that is causing so many patients to be readmitted? >> basically about two-thirds of america's hospitals are making fundamental errors when it comes to things like basic hygiene, cause infections in patients and when they go home and they are back within 30 days. often simple situations like patients have to be told how to take meds properly. what they need post hospital care at the end of the day. as a result of this you are seeing lots of people come back. medicare are paying for those people and they are implementing fines. >> gregg: how large is the fines are the hospitals facing. are they going to improve their standards? >> to begin with on average it's going to be $125,000 per year, but medicare intends on increasing the rate so annually collected among all hospitals paying up to billion dollars a year. that is actually a loss of money. the government wants to pressure hospitals to raising standards. there is another source of pressure that might
in los angeles, thank you. slightly closer to earth, a sky diver set to put his life on the line to make a world record jump tomorrow and if something goes wrong as he plummets toward the ground, his blood could boil. or his lungs could explode. the dare devil set to make the jump from a cab sewell tomorrow 23 miles above the surface and if all goes well, he'll smash through the sound barrier on his way to a top speed of 690 miles an hour like that. a lot could go wrong. in addition to pressure problems, it could blow out his lungs. he could freeze to death if his protective suit fails. for an idea of how high all of this is, consider that mount everest rises 25,000 feet. jets crews at 35,000 feet. this guy will jump from roughly 120,000 feet. red bull scheduled to stream the whole thing live on the interweb tomorrow morning. good luck. >>> well, it's official. drew brees has done what no one in the nfl history ever has. last night the saints quarterback threw a touchdown pass for the 48th straight game. that is one for the nfl history books. breaking a record of great johnny unitas set
the same jump that the satellite endeavour made its arrival at its home in los angeles, california. the skydiver almost had to abort this jump what happened? >> there were problems on the way up and on the way down. 30 minutes before the way up he noticed his face plate weren't working. temperatures were 60 degrees below zero. if the mask heater didn't work he wouldn't be able to see. if he began spinning, which he did, he couldn't stop because he couldn't see the horizon line separately. he need to see his wrist to know when to pull the chute. it almost happened. listen closely during his 800 mile-per-hour free-fall, that's a football field in less than a second, baumgardner says his mask began to fog up. >> i repeat my visor is smoking up. >> well, it worked. but he came close to scrubbing this mission before the jump. shepard? >> shepard: what's in it for the sponsor here, william, red bull? >> well, the only thing traveling faster than baumgardner on sunday was that live feed to millions of viewers in 50 countries and the twitter traffic afterwards. experts say the jump half sc
through los angeles yesterday when the accident happened. authorities are still trying to figure out exactly what happened. the accident involved two las vegas police vehicle, two capital police vehicles that were part of the motorcade as well as two civilian vehicles. >>> this morning the national weather service has downgraded sandy from a hurricane to a tropical storm but they warn widespread impacts are still expected for the east coast. residents are being told to stock up with batteries, water, food, supplies in general for three days. the super storm is expected to make landfall on monday night near the delaware coast. airlines are warning about delays and all are waving fees for passengers who want to reschedule flights. five states have declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm. >> lisa joins us. nothing like that out here. >> no. hurricane hunters back in the storm. it's back up to a hurricane. >> yes, just by a couple miles. whole talk about that. and the contrast, which is our weather here, what a gorgeous shot. we are talking about clear conditions. you have to wa
. >> officially opens? >> october 12, in new york and los angeles. and will expand nationwide after that. >> thank you for being here. go check it out. a good one. we'll be back. we'll be back. um, hello. these ugly stains are ruining my good looks and style. and good luck using that cleaner. excuse me, miss ? he's right. those are tough hard water stains, and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, 85% of us have hard water and many don't even know it. you need lime-a-way. lime-a-way is specially formulated to conquer hard water stains. it's 4 times more effective at removing lime scale than the leading bathroom cleaner. see the lime-a-way difference or your money back. ♪ ha-ha-ha-ha-ha >>> some say president obama's performance in wednesday night's debates were no laughing matter, but there are some men who would disagree with that. >> they are esteemed pundits of political humor, icons of late night laughter and a lack now at what they had to say. >> he just told the moderator who works at pbs, i'm going to throw your ass out on the street, old man! you -- not only you, but all of those fr
our state, los angeles, statewide, very comfortable temperatures for this time of year. 76 for l.a. tomorrow. fresno, 81. tahoe, 62. and sacramento tomorrow, 78. here's a look at the seven-day forecast. we'll have a really nice day tomorrow, so partly sunny conditions, temperatures inland in the 70s. mid-60s around the bay. even low 60s at the coast, and then we'll thicken the clouds monday and tuesday, leading to a slight chance of a few isolated showers and mainly south of san jose, the higher elevations, start to warm things up. >> ama: mike shumann is here, hoping for better news out of at&t park. >> mike: i'm only the naifnlgt ran into a red-hot cincinnati team. and the a's didn't fare much better, verlanderÑ/&Ñfñ!ñx1q1q >> mike: giants hosting the reds. game one of the nlds. matt cain on the hill. giants fans were pumped up and ready to go. jonny cueto started but had back spasms. you can see the frustration on his face walking off the field. almost in tears-but his replacement, sam he lecure, solid, inning and two-thirds, struck out buster posey. reds broke the scorele
prices. >> in los angeles county the average price for a gallon of regular is $4.35. the price jumped 9 cents earlier this week. some gas stations have much higher prices. >> i've never seen $5.99 four a gallon. . that is credit is a terrible week for gas prices, the worst ever in october that i can remember. >> prices are exceptionally high in california because of a supply problem due to -- unique to that state. >> fortunately, d.c. drivers are not shelling out quite as much as the folks in california. >> the national averages $3.78 for regular. in d.c., $3.90. $3.71 in maryland and $3.61 in virginia. >> still not exactly a bargain. >> it 5:41, 60 degrees. >> and actress tackling a different role off screen been shopping so s smart, cash back with your freedom card getting cash back on what? close shave and haircut fan for the ceiling. you're gonna cool off that hoooounddd! tonight you gotta get your cash back, on new slacks. use freedom on lunchith jack. everybody get! everybody get! get your cash back. chase freedom. >> here's what's coming up at 6:00 this morning in about 15
performance. that is something the democratic mayor of los angeles have been saying to me. it was a game-changer for the president, right? he needed to do that. >> no question, and was a dominating performance. neil: can use a dominating, what do you mean? >> if it was a boxing match, he knocked him out in the first or second round. neil: you were drinking heavily, weren't you? dominating? >> attacking on the tax plan which didn't add up and the jobs plan. neil: the governor backed the president up on his record, not his rhetoric. >> i didn't see that happen. i have never seen a president fact checked by the moderator on the spot. she thought he misstated the facts when he said the president said it was an act oo terror. neil: that implied would romney was saying was a lie. what he was getting at was it took two weeks to call it a terrorist act. there is a difference between terror and terrorists. >> i don't think she was implying he was lying, she was merely asked checking him. made clear what he was saying was not true. neil: the fact she didn't do the same against the president when h
the former deck commission cochair, we also have senator john thune and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. meanwhile, while the candidates debate over the direction of the country, companies are being scared right out of the country. then, the guy who stuffed himself in an overhead bin. a 100-dollar be. he is here to make his case. washington is jumping in. the health care takeover could be making people sick. neil: companies are packing up so they don't have to pay up. there is a new cato study showing high corporate taxes are driving businesses out of here. the u.s. rate is nearly twice the international average. david asman says that is a job killer. >> that is a job killer. they have a corporate rate of 18%, ours is 35%. this is sending businesses out of the country. what is really ridiculous is these high rates. just hang with me for a second. if you look at the chart, you can see that the most income from our taxes come from individual taxes. the third bar is corporate taxes and you can see the 7.9%. now, we have about $200 billion from corporate taxes. that is how much
, we also have senator john thune and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. meanwhile, while the candidates debate over the direction of the country, companies are being scared right out of the country. then, the guy who stuffed himself in an overhead bin. a 100-dollar be. he is here to make his case. washington is jumping in. the health care takeover could nearly 1 billion people around the world don't have enough food to survive. we can't let this happen. there is something we can do about it. please join christina aguilera and yum! brands in the movement to fight world hunger by supporting the united nations world food programme. for more information, go to your contribution will feed children and save lives. together, we can stop the dying and start the living. and together, we can move people from hunger to hope. neil: companies are packing up so they don't have to pay up. there is a new cato study showing high corporate taxes are driving businesses out of here. the u.s. rate is nearly twice the international average. david asman says that is a job
morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >>> now, the big surprise for next year's oscars. seth macfarlane, who created "the family guy" cartoon has been cast as the host. chris connelly has more on this out-of-the box pick. >> oh, the mike's over there. [ laughter ] this is what happens when you don't come to rehearsal. >> reporter: he will now. unlike at the emmys because seth macfarlane will be hosting the 85th annual academy awards. news he shared with his father on this clip posted on monday. >> i've invited you here today to tell you i'm hosting the oscars. this should be huge news to you. >> of course, it's wonderful news. but the fact you're getting almost brand-new bathing suits is also good news. >> reporter: the oscar's white tie way back when, a guy like macfarlane might not have gotten tickets to the show. thanks to comedy like this. >> i love you, katie. >> i love you, too, tom. oh, my god. i'm free. >> reporter: macfarlane's face may not be so familiar. but as a writer, animator, director and character voice, macfarlane has been raising hysterical laughter,
. >> you hear about grooming in stories like this. paul, thank you so much for us from los angeles. >>> we have details in the alleged plot to blow up the federal reserve building with a 1,000-pound. the feds and the new york agents busted this 21-year-old bangladeshi man trying to denate what he thought was a bomb. police say the man who's in custody, he was in the u.s. on a student visa, came for a reason, to destroy america. maggie lake, i want do go straight to you for us in new york and walk me through this. who is this guy? how close to carrying this out? >> brooke, 21 years old, from bangladesh. came on a student visa back in january to study in missouri but did not -- he went a spring semester there. he was living in jamaica, queens. authorities say he came with the intent to perform a jihad on the united states. he wanted to recruit others to his plot, reached out via social media to someone who happened to be an informant for the fbi. that person in turn put him in touch with an actual fbi agent working undercover, posing as an al qaeda operative who he then monitored him, they p
after major weekend road work. shut down of interstate 405 in los angeles was planned for weeks with warnings going out about massive gridlock and detours. according to the city's mayor motorist avoided the area and the repair went smoothly. >> caltranstook add v, took adv the closure. a savings of $150,000 in maintenance costs for taxpayers. >>> anticipated traffic nightmare, dubbed carmageddon two. >>> a look at your weather, atlanta, mobile, tallahassee could see severe weather. wind up to 70 miles an hour. and nice day in the northeast and new england. showers in the carolinas by afternoon. >> hopefully a good day to sleep. i am tired after my big weekend with the college girlfriend. i feel like i could pass out right now. may have to carry me the rest of the show. >>> in southern california, l.a., could push 100 degrees. warmer than usual in phoenix, at 102. 60s, 70s in the nation's midsection. miami where it should be, 89 degrees. >>> all right, well the navy in thailand, latest group to go gangnam style. a few dozen soldiers do their thing there. >> it took three days for
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